Glen Eyrie Castle ~ Be a guest in General Palmer's Legendary Home!
Perfect for a romantic getaway or personal spiritual retreat, Glen Eyrie is an English Tudor castle built in 1904 by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. Discover the story behind this magnificent estate, immerse yourself in history, and enjoy the surrounding landscape! Hike in the adjacent Garden of The Gods Park. There are 17 guest rooms in The Castle, as well as 4 meeting rooms, 2 dining rooms, and 24 fireplaces. 95 guest rooms total on the property, and over 18,000 square feet of meeting space!
Glen Eyrie is on the National Register of Historic Places. The property is located in an enclosed valley where herds of Bighorn sheep, deer, and wild turkey may often be found grazing on the grounds. The Castle is owned by The Navigators.
Your visit includes: an overnight stay in The Castle and Breakfast for Two ~ and tea for Two ~
Enjoy a Royal Tea for Two at The Castle! Our seasonal Teas are served in the Music Room of The Castle where the historic grandeur and elegance of a bygone era is the perfect setting for warm and enchanting conversation. Experience the soul-stirring beauty of Glen Eyrie.
Before or after your Tea, wander the grounds or take a tour of The Castle. This English Tudor castle was built in 1904 by General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs. Discover the story behind this magnificent estate, immerse yourself in history, and enjoy the surrounding landscape!
Glen Eyrie Castle ~ Be a guest in General Palmer's Legendary Home ~ and enjoy a tea party for Two
Reservations are subject to availability & must be made in advance. Certificate must be presented at the time of arrival. Some restrictions apply. Reservations accepted 60 days in advance.
Valid until October 31,2020
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